No, jerkoff, you cannot get the correct drip price from the ETP website. Where on the ETP website does it say it is a waste of time to talk about it here? That's YOUR edict, as if you were in the #$%$ hierarchy. Shove it.
dar - I am not one to decide what the F you post. I asked a simple question and did it politely. I received an profane answer from a stupid a**hole. I ask again - can you get the DRIP price from the ETP website or not? I can. Guess that a stupid person like you cannot.
Who the hell are you to decide what ETP-related topics are worthy of space on this message board?
You been trained by Obama?
Don't like it, don't read it. F you. I'll post whatever I want.
Since ETP posts the DRIP price on its website why are we discussing this here? Waste of time. Some brokers participate and others do not. If your broker does not then either you forget it or move your account.
The average of the daily highs and lows for the 5 trading days ending today is 52.47772 so 95% of this is 49.853834. ETP should round to 49.8538.
If ETP rounds the 11/7 high to 53.35 (from actual 53.3472), then the 95% will be 49.8541.
The difference is less than peanuts. The discount drip price will be a little more than 49.85.
That flim flamming JC and his hacktress Stephanie Link have the potential to significantly move stocks up and down via their shows on CNBC.
I would be remiss by failing to point out that I got interested in ELP after listening to JC hawk the stock on several of his shows. Albeit I did my dd before purchasing to make sure JC was not pumping for his cronies who where on the sidelines to bail, as soon as I bought, JC became a regular basher, as he did with WFT, ANR, OUTR, S, and a myriad of other stocks.
Albeit a rookie can pick up a lot of knowledge from JC on how to buy and sell, on the other hand everyone has to proceed with great caution whenever he recommends or criticizes a stock.
He is noting but an educated snake oil salesman.
The discount drip price is 95% of the average of the daily highs and lows for the five trading days immediately preceding the pay date which is 11/14. Thus the computation begins with 11/7 and ends with 11/13.
I will post the results here after the close on 11/13.
ETP also had that huge offering - you would think coverage and revenues are more important. I would still like to an inline EPS or beat as most analyst focus on EPS growth and future growth. It will most likely come to the conf. call tomorrow but in the end I am long ETP and would buy more if it goes below $50.
I would state that EPS is completely meaningless. There is only a minor correlation between DCF (where the company pays distributions) and EPS. Almost positive of two thnigs. The report was not unexpected and second it was a bit better that most predicted.
Second crusn's q, regarding dcf vs. eps. Am curious to see how the market will react tomorrow. There is no trading today in AH trading in ETP.
ARB....will anyone care about the miss of 12cents on eps or does dcf trump everything else...thanks for your interest in etp...